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Don DiLego / Press

“New York City's emerging folk-twang songsmith, Don DiLego, is alt-country's next poster boy”

“With Photographs Of 1971, Don DiLego has taken another step towards establishing himself as one of this generation's best up-and-coming singer-songwriters.”

“A Masterful follow up to his "Lonestar Hitchhiker" series.”

The Big Takeover!

“Not since Bruce Springsteen's Nebraska has a concept album been more stirring or truthful.”

AF Yeager - Northeast Performer

“Gutsy rock-n-roll with a self reliant drive, DiLego’s music comforts the lonely nomad in us all.”

Hear Music

“From lonesome heartachers to smart, sparkly, alt-country pop, Don DiLego’s brand of sometimes subdued, sometimes punchy twang-rock finds it’s true north on "Photographs of 1971.”

Kate Bradley/The Loft - XM Radio

“We were instantly struck by the raw, quirky, lo-fi Americana-pop sound, not to mention his floppy fringe and aviators.”

“There is little denying his extensive talents in writing a tune.”

“Manages to roll the pop of modern California rock and the fuzz of post-Strokes New York garage rock into something totally new and original.”

“Tender and thoughtful, DiLego has made a very good album of audible Polaroids.”